The Braves’ first regular-season game in SunTrust Park will be on April 14 against the San Diego Padres. HYOSUB SHIN / HSHIN@AJC.COM

Standing-room-only tickets planned for Braves’ first two home games

The Braves have identified areas in SunTrust Park where they plan to sell standing-room-only tickets for the new ballpark’s first two regular-season games April 14-15.

Braves President of Business Derek Schiller said an undetermined number of standing-room-only tickets for those games– more than 1,000 per game, he said — will go on sale April 10.

SunTrust Park parking map, prices

SunTrust Park’s 41,000 seats for both games are sold out except in still-available season-ticket packages.

Schiller said most of the standing-room-only tickets will be in an area he described as a “bridge” behind the outfield seats running from the top level of the Chop House restaurant in right field to underneath the center-field video board. The other standing-room tickets space will be behind some seating sections at the top of the main lower bowl, he said.

In addition to the first two regular-season games at the new stadium, Schiller said the Braves anticipate selling standing-room-only tickets for any other games that sell out of seats this season. According to a price list on the Braves’ ticketing website, the standing-room tickets will cost $20.

The Braves will play the San Diego Padres in the first series at SunTrust Park, April 14-16. Seats remain available for April 16, a Sunday afternoon game.

The Braves invited about 60 journalists to tour the new SunTrust Park. There'll be no construction cranes on opening day, but there'll still be plenty of work going on. (Video by Ben Brasch)

Recent stories on the Braves’ stadium:

SunTrust Park looks just about ready for a baseball game

Where to park at SunTrust Park

Protective netting will be expanded at SunTrust Park

Quick sellout of SunTrust Park opener frustrates some Braves fans

Braves give-aways will include Hank Aaron statues, Bartolo Colon bobbleheads

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